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RTS Intercom Systems

8-Port VoIP via Ethernet Card Kit for ADAM

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Installed directly into the ADAM intercom frame, the RVON-8 provides Voice over IP (Internet Protocol) communications for the RTS ADAM intercom family. In general, Voice over IP means sending voice information in digital form using discrete packets rather than the traditional telephone network. The RVON-8 delivers an integrated solution for connecting custom keypanels to the intercom matrix over standard IP networks by supporting eight channels (ports) of audio in and out.

RVON-8 supports RTS intelligent trunking over IP. Trunking is a method of using relatively few audio paths for a large number of potential users. Because it is flexible, a trunked system can expand along with your business, to accommodate a growing number of users. RTS intelligent trunking is a proven technology, which provides the same capabilities and ease of use for intercoms; seamless routing and path finding of communications between facilities regardless of distance; as does the long distance telephone system for phone calls. RVON-8 is fully compatible with internationally recognized standards and supports the following protocols: G.711, G.729 A & B, and G.723 (2 speeds).

• 8 Channels of Audio In & Out
• Addressing
• AZedit Configurations
• Compatible with Current & Next Generation ADAM Matrix Systems
• Compatible with the Current & Next Generation ADAM Matrix TDM & Control Buses
• Ethernet Compatible
• Hot Swappable
• Pass-Through Serial Port
• Provides Downloadable Firmware Features Through AZedit
• Trunk Capable


Weight 0.7 lbs (0.32 kg)
Width 7" (17.78 cm)
Depth 11.5" (29.21 cm)
Height 0.75" (1.91 cm)
Power requirement 12.5 w/ 2.5 A at 5 V

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